Designed by Chibatamatosi @kudzikay
MINISTRY OF HIGHER AND TERTITARY EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
Kwekwe polytechnic is a leading and fast growing tertiary institution strategically located at the centre of Zimbabwe. The institution has embraced the paradigm shift to Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET).As a centre of excellence , it contributes significantly to the country’s human capital resource base. Every year, the institution churns out highly skilled, hands on graduates who are ready to make a mark in the different spheres of the country’s economy.
ON JOB EDUCATION AND TRAINING AND DIVISON
The On Job Education and Training (OJET) Division is responsible for the placement and assessment of students on industrial attachment. The division is manned by members representing the various departments in the institution.
Our Vision is to become a beacon of excellence in the provision of on the job education and training.
Our Mission is to provide industry and commerce with students who are competitive and equipped with total quality, technical vocational and techno-preneurial education and training that is responsive to the individual needs and demands of the national economy.
“Marrying theory with practice”
We Offer Students From the Following Disciplines:
Food Science, Industrial Metallurgy, Metallurgical Assaying, Science Technology and Environmental Health Technicians’
Information Communication Technology (ICT), Accounting, Banking & Finance, Secretarial Studies, Records Management, Purchasing and Supply, Transport Management and, Marketing Management.
Mechanical Engineering (Diesel and Plant Fitting, Machineshop, Fabrication and Refrigeration)
Electrical Engineering (Electrical Power, Instrumentation and Control, Electronic Communication and Computer Systems).
Automotive Engineering (Motor Mechanics and Autoelectrics)
Civil & Construction (Brick and Block Laying, Plumbing and Drain Laying and Quantity Surveying)
Small to Medium Enterprises (S.M.E):
Hotel & Catering, Cosmetology, Graphic Designing, Dressmaking, Interior Décor and Traditional Apprenticeship Programmes (TAP) in all the engineering courses.
Benefits To Industry
Access future international and local graduates of high calibre
Benefit from multicultural perspective
Engage in cross cultural exchange
Undertake projects that would otherwise be incomplete due to limited human resources.
“Qualifications are not enough; Society needs people who are able solve problems”
Benefits To Students
• Explore career interests and learn more about their careers
• Learn and develop skills
• Gain work experience
• Develop a professional network
• Understand work place expectations
• Gain valuable experience to build a resume
• Get to known employers and make a solid network
• Receive credit for real world experience
• Contribute to local industry and commerce
• Inculcate work culture, values and ethics
“Periods of internship expose students to working life experiences”
Going “Beyond The Information Given”